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  • A photo of a yard sign for the 2024 Lawrence Busker Fest, as seen in north central Lawrence in the week leading up to the festival. The sign appears in a green neighborhood lawn under a sunny blue sky.
    J. Schafer
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    Kansas Public Radio
    The 16th Busker Festival returns to Lawrence Friday, Saturday and Sunday - bringing magicians, acrobats, clowns and other performers to the heart of the city. All the entertainment is free, but tips for the buskers are greatly appreciated. As Tom Parkinson explains, the spotlight this year is on the area's local musicians.
  • This is the male version of the lesser prairie chicken.
    National Audubon Society
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    National Audubon Society
    People from all across the country are coming to Kansas to see a bird. The lesser prairie chicken used to roam the Great Plains by the millions, but now... the population has dwindled to around 25,000. Commentator Rex Buchanan recently took some out-of-state folks to see the rare bird in its native habitat.